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... extra uniforms and precautions. Still, the tension was noticeable by all of us, perhaps driven by our expectations and our memories.)
We walked along the western side of the square near the Great Hall of the People. In the middle, we could see the Monument to the People’s Heroes and Mao Zedong’s mausoleum. We walked north toward Tiananmen Gate, the massive portrait of Chairman Mao getting bigger and bigger with each step. There were colorful fountains and ...
... next adventurous customer. I talked a woman down from 120 yuan to 65 yuan for an item, so I'd like to think my bargaining skills are pretty sharp. The coach ride to our next destination was story telling competition of who got the best deal. My friend Sab came out as the clear winner, grabbing a bag for 50 yuan that was originally 140. However, the Oba Mao shirt was probably the best buy.
... going past, and....another 5 hours to go. The countryside zipped by, and time did too, using the ancient time travel method known as sleeping. Now widely available, this method allows for hours to disappear within a few relative seconds. I awoke again and we still had around 4 hours to go, so i swapped between writing science notes (did you know a magnetic current can be produced by creating coils of electric wires into a ...
... in the U.S. I can already tell that this trip will influence my work as a designer for the rest of my life. I’m so inspired by what they have done!
As you slowly make your way to the top of the palace, you come to many different buildings, each with its own purpose. Many of them were religious buildings, with the biggest Buddhas I have ever seen. They were at least 15-20 feet tall and all gold. Unfortunately, we were unable to ...
We went to the Summer Palace first up this morning. Next was a tour of the 2008 Olympic Park - bird's nest and water cube. Lunch was a super spicy hot affair. We ate tofu and asparagus spears - for the first and only time ever ! We had a rickshaw ride, a visit to a porcelain factory/shop and a visit to a local's house. The afternoon was spent at the Temple of Heaven and the surrounding park. We finished the day with an acrobatic show at a theatre. Much of the day was also spent ...
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